We’re Introducing You With The Latest Biggest Cruise Ship In The World!
After three years of construction, Symphony of the Seas the world’s largest cruise ship just set sail from Barcelona, Spain.
Symphony of the Seas measures 1,188 feet (362 m) in length and has a gross tonnage of 228,081. She is able to accommodate maximum 6,680 passengers, plus as well as a 2,200-person crew. There have 18 decks ( 16 are for guest use ).
There also have 22 restaurant , 24 pool , big children’s water park, ice-skating rink, and two 43-foot rock-climbing walls.
The tallest slide at sea, the ocean’s fastest Internet, and more works of art than the Louvre.
When it comes to accommodations, the most over-the-top is the “Ultimate Family Suite.”
Decked out in bold colors, these two-level suites include a host of unusual amenities — think an in-room slide, private cinema, ping pong table and floor-to-ceiling LEGO wall.
This year, the ship will be traversing the Mediterranean with voyages to Palma de Mallorca, Spain and an Italian sojourn to Florence, Pisa, Rome and Naples.
Come autumn, Symphony of the Seas will move its home base to Miami, Florida, and launch a series of Caribbean cruises.
Here is an overview of the fun outdoor activities you can try on Symphony of the Seas.
Central Park is really peaceful, with more than 20,000 tropical plants and an alfresco wine bar.
Symphony of the Seas gives you the chance to catch a wave right on board. Grab a board and hang ten on our 40-foot-long surf simulator.
The self-contained surfing area pumps 34,000 gallons per minute and allows passengers to try stand-up surfing as well as boogie boarding.
3. ZIP LINE
Soar 9 decks above the Boardwalk neighborhood, stretching 82 feet from end to end.
4.THE PERFECT STORM
Translucent panels offering unforgettable views.
5. Ultimate Abyss Slide
Ultimate Abyss slide located on the aft of the ship, the Ultimate Abyss is more than 150 feet above sea level and offers side-by-side slides that send guests down 10 decks at a rate of 9 miles per hour.
Guests board the slide by climbing stairs that lead directly into the mouth of a giant angler fish, where they get into a customized mat and then descend down the slide, traversing 216 feet of a multi-sensory tunnel. Guests can reach a speed of 9 miles per hour, and it is the kind of thrill experience unlike anything else at sea.
6. ROCK CLIMBING WALL
Climb forty feet above deck on the signature Rock Climbing Wall with two 43-foot rock-climbing walls.
7. Mini Golf
Miniature golf is one of those activities that seems timeless. It is a fun activity regardless of age.
Maiden voyage: 2018 Year
Company: Royal Caribbean International
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